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IEC PAS 61499-1:2000

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Function blocks for industrial-process measurement and control systems - Part 1: Architecture

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Superseded date

24-01-2005

Language(s)

English

Published date

14-09-2000

1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  1.1 Scope
  1.2 Normative references
  1.3 Definitions
      1.3.1 Definitions from other standards
      1.3.2 Additional definitions
  1.4 Reference models
      1.4.1 System model
      1.4.2 Device model
      1.4.3 Resource model
      1.4.4 Application model
      1.4.5 Function block model
            1.4.5.1 Characteristics of function block instances
            1.4.5.2 Function block type specifications
            1.4.5.3 Execution model for basic function blocks
      1.4.6 Distribution model
      1.4.7 Management model
      1.4.8 Operational state models
2 FUNCTION BLOCK AND SUBAPPLICATION TYPE SPECIFICATION
  2.1 Overview
  2.2 Basic function blocks
      2.2.1 Type declaration
            2.2.1.1 Event interface declaration
            2.2.1.2 Algorithm declaration
            2.2.1.3 Declaration of algorithm execution control
      2.2.2 Behavior of instances
            2.2.2.1 Initialization
            2.2.2.2 Algorithm invocation
            2.2.2.3 Algorithm execution
  2.3 Composite function blocks
      2.3.1 Type specification
      2.3.2 Behavior of instances
  2.4 Subapplications
      2.4.1 Type specification
      2.4.2 Behavior of instances
  2.5 Adapter interfaces
      2.5.1 Type specification
      2.5.2 Usage
  2.6 Exception and fault handling
3 SERVICE INTERFACE FUNCTION BLOCKS
  3.1 General principles
      3.1.1 Type specification
      3.1.2 Behavior of instances
  3.2 Communication function blocks
      3.2.1 Type specification
      3.2.2 Behavior of instances
  3.3 Management function blocks
      3.3.1 Requirements
      3.3.2 Type specification
      3.3.3 Behavior of managed function blocks
4 CONFIGURATION OF FUNCTIONAL UNITS AND SYSTEMS
  4.1 Functional specification of types
      4.1.1 Functional specification of resource types
      4.1.2 Functional specification of device types
  4.2 Configuration requirements
      4.2.1 Configuration of systems
      4.2.2 Specification of applications
      4.2.3 Configuration of devices and resources
5 COMPLIANCE
  5.1 Compliant systems and subsystems
  5.2 Compliant devices
  5.3 Compliant standards
ANNEX A - EVENT FUNCTION BLOCKS (normative)
ANNEX B - TEXTUAL SYNTAX (normative)
B.1 Syntax specification technique
    B.1.1 Syntax
          B.1.1.1 Terminal symbols
          B.1.1.2 Non-terminal symbols
          B.1.1.3 Production rules
    B.1.2 Semantics
B.2 Function block and subapplication type specification
    B.2.1 Function block type specification
    B.2.2 Subapplication type specification
B.3 Configuration elements
B.4 Common elements
B.5 Supporting productions for management commands
B.6 Tagged data types
B.7 Adapter interface types
ANNEX C - OBJECT MODELS (informative)
C.1 ESS Models
    C.1.1 Library elements
    C.1.2 Declarations
    C.1.3 Function block network declarations
    C.1.4 Function block type declarations
C.2 IPMCS models
ANNEX D - RELATIONSHIP TO IEC 61131-3(informative)
D.1 Simple function blocks
D.2 Event-driven functions and function blocks
ANNEX E - COMMON ELEMENTS (normative)
E.1 Compliance requirement
E.2 Exceptions
E.3 Extensions
ANNEX F - INFORMATION EXCHANGE (informative)
F.1 Use of application layer facilities
F.2 Communication function block types
    F.2.1 Function blocks for unidirectional transactions
    F.2.2 Function blocks for bidirectional transactions
F.3 Transfer syntaxes
    F.3.1 Abstract syntaxes
          F.3.1.1 IEC 61499-FBDATA
          F.3.1.2 IEC 61499-FBMGT
    F.3.2 Encoding rules
          F.3.2.1 BASIC encoding
          F.3.2.2 COMPACT encoding
ANNEX G - DEVICE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (informative)
G.1 Device management
G.2 Resource management
G.3 Applications of management function blocks
    G.3.1 Device management
    G.3.2 Resource management
ANNEX H - TEXTUAL SPECIFICATIONS (normative/informative)
ANNEX I - IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS (informative)
ANNEX J - ATTRIBUTES (informative)
J.1 General principles
J.2 Attribute definitions
J.3 Examples
J.4 Attribute sources
J.5 Attribute inheritance
J.6 Declaration syntax
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES

Covers a generic architecture and guidelines for the use of function blocks in distributed industrial-process measurement and control systems (IPMCSs).

DocumentType
Miscellaneous Product
Pages
125
PublisherName
International Electrotechnical Committee
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy

Standards Relationship
NEN NPR IEC/PAS 61499-1 : 2001 Identical
NF EN 61499-1 : 2013 Identical

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